Superior: Captain regarding Ships safety management system and procedures
Department Head: Hotel Manager


2 years in a similar position on another cruise ship or in Hotel. Fluent English, preferable German and/or French.


  • In charge of organization and control of all administrative matters.
  • Responsible for the human resort on board.
  • Enforce in cooperation with the department heads the STAR CLIPPERS Hotel concept as well as the rules from the manual.

Task and responsibilities

  • Preparing and executing the clearance in every port.
  • In charge of verifying passport information during check-in on every voyage.
  • Preparing and distributing pax lists, crew list, muster lists, birthday list, for the involved departments on every voyage after check in.
  • Sending arrival messages to Miami and Monaco at the beginning of every voyage.
  • Filling out the safe manning list every voyage and immediately sending to Monaco Office.
  • Entering all credit card info in the system and sending to Monaco Office.
  • Pay out commissions after every voyage.
  • Make a safe report every week.
  • Updated crew vacation planning every week and send to the Human resort department in Monaco.
  • Make and verify the paxlist for the next voyage and distribute to all departments concerned.
  • Prepare check out and carry out billing.
  • Take care of crew sign on and off.
  • Complete payroll every month and implement the payout.
  • Take care of all crew related matters.
  • Supervising and assisting the Assistant Purser / Sloop shop Manager.
  • Working and following up the procedures in the Purser Operational Manual.
  • Cooperation with other departments.
  • Integration in the Team and assistance and performance in special activities.
  • Responsible for incoming and outgoing money.
  • Responsible for passports of crew and pax.
  • In charge of the maintenance and correct use of the Resco-, Micros-, Orassys- and Excel system.

Meet Marina, Purser at Star Clippers, giving an insight into her work on the ships.

I love being at the front line with our passengers – and I love my job! The ships are a home for me! They are like private yachts, and the crew is an extension of my family!